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Fairfax, Va. Library Showcases Trans, Satanic Books Next to Bible

'It was intentional, it was meant to be offensive...'

In an aggressive display of demoralization, a Fairfax County, Virginia, public library set up a book display featuring two notoriously obscene, pedophilia-supporting books next to the Bible, Fox News reported.

The public library — clearly countering the parents who were outraged at the presence of the same books at Fairfax public school libraries — removed the display after several adults were angered by the book arrangement, which included the books “Gender Queer” and “Lawn Boy.”

It also included quotations from Salman Rushdie’s infamous book, “The Satanic Verses.”

When asked about the incident, Fairfax County Public Library Director Jessica Hudson argued that it was meant to be an expression of intellectual freedom, which in her view apparently means profaning the sacred.

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“The Dolley Madison Library holiday reading display was intended to highlight the freedom to read and the fact that many library patrons have more time during the holidays to do so,” she said.

The gaslighting director then claimed that she never meant to offend anyone through her obviously offensive actions.

“It was not the intention of staff to create a display that could be construed as offensive,” she said. “The display has been removed.”

“Lawn Boy,” by Jonathan Evison, includes lengthy musings by a young boy about vulgar experiences that he had as a ten-year-old. “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” by Maia Kobabe, actually includes photos of pedophiles acting on young children.

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Stacy Langton, the Fairfax County mother who confronted the school board with images from the books in September, first encountered the display.

“It’s so outrageously offensive,” she said, posting photos on Twitter at around 10 a.m.

Upon returning to the library that afternoon, Langton found that the display had been removed.

“It was intentional, it was meant to be offensive,” Langton said.

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